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Mark Zuckerberg apologizes for tone-deaf virtual tour of hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico

USATODAY.com Tuesday, 10 October 2017 ()
Mark Zuckerberg apologized after a live-streamed virtual trip to hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico to promote Facebook's Spaces app drew sharp criticism.
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News video: Zuckerberg blasted for tone-deaf 'magical' VR tour of Puerto Rico

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The Facebook CEO is criticized for the way he demoed a virtual reality tool, giving a cartoon high-five in front of flooded homes.

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